Co-founder and Co-CEO, Silver Lake
Glenn Hutchins has spent his business career investing in the most rapidly growing and dynamic companies
in the U.S. and worldwide. He is chairman of SunGard Corp. and a director of the NASDAQ OMX Group,
Inc. Previously, he was chairman of Instinet, Inc.; and a director of TD Ameritrade Holding Corp.; Seagate
Technology; MCI, Inc.; Gartner, Inc.; and Sabre, Inc. Active in public and charitable endeavors, he served
President Clinton in both the transition and the White House as a special advisor on economic and health
care policy. Mr. Hutchins is a director of the Harvard Management Co., which is responsible for managing the
university’s endowment, and also the chairman of the National Advisory Board and the W.E.B. DuBois Institute
for African and African American Research at Harvard. Also an advisory council member of the Hamilton
Project, he is a director of the Partnership for New York City and a member of the investors advisory committee
on financial markets of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
CEO and Founder, MOG
David Hyman, a self-proclaimed music junkie, is CEO and founder of MOG, the premier destination for music
fans to learn about and discover music. Before starting MOG, Mr. Hyman served as CEO of Gracenote, the
world’s largest music database and music-identification service, which sold to Sony for $260 million in 2008.
Previously, he was senior vice president of marketing at MTV Interactive, and he co-founded Addicted to Noise,
the webzine that pioneered multimedia music reporting and around-the-clock music news.
Executive Vice President and General Manager, Silicon Valley, Edelman
Todd Irwin is the general manager and executive vice president of Edelman’s Silicon Valley office and brings
almost two decades of PR experience. Since arriving in 2002, he has helped the former A&R Partners integrate
with the Edelman network, stressed the need for core public relations skills, and championed social media and
new technology. Mr. Irwin plays an instrumental role in developing new agency business while ensuring high-quality service to existing clients. His focus is on the right talents and assets for an array of technology clients,
including HP, Palm, Symantec, Citrix, and multiple startups. Under his leadership, the office, also known as A&R
Edelman, was recently named the Top Tech Communicator in a survey of more than 500 leading technology
journalists and bloggers. Mr. Irwin’s past experience includes corporate and executive communications with
clients, financial and enterprise experience with companies. He also worked with innovative startups, including
Mozilla and Sezmi.
President and CEO, Aspen Institute
Walter Isaacson heads the Aspen Institute, a nonpartisan educational and policy studies institute based in
Washington, D.C. He is a former chairman and CEO of CNN and former editor of TIME magazine. Mr. Isaacson
is the author of American Sketches (2009), Einstein: His Life and Universe (2007), Benjamin Franklin: An American
Life (2003), and Kissinger: A Biography (1992), and co-author of The Wise Men: Six Friends and the World They
Made (1986). He began his career at the Sunday Times of London and then the New Orleans Times-Picayune/
States-Item. He joined TIME in 1978 and served in various roles before becoming the magazine’s 14th editor in
1996. He became chairman and CEO of CNN in 2001, then president and CEO of the Aspen Institute in 2003. Mr.
Isaacson is the chairman of Teach For America, and of the U.S.-Palestinian Partnership. He was appointed after
Hurricane Katrina to be the vice chairman of the Louisiana Recovery Authority.